More than 80 play­ers for Prossie’s Ugly Duck­lings

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

A record field of 72 men and 11 ladies turned out for Satur­day’s an­nual Ugly Duck­lings Day.

Nick Wat­son, Scott Grigg and Pat Camm won a Mizuno golf bag each for their win, card­ing a net score of 54.66 to edge out Fin­bar O’Flynn, Matt Muller and Gav Noo­nan 55.33.

Near­est-the-pins went to Rob Stan­ley (9 and 16), War­ren Deighton (13), Shel­ley Stan­ley (9), Jac­qui Wall (13) and Tina Baden­horst (16).

Thurs­day’s stable­ford event saw di­vi­sion two’s Wayne Rus­sell wreak havoc, scor­ing 47 to clear Ernie Hol­stein (43).

Di­vi­sion one was claimed by Mark Thomp­son (43) from Chris Doblo (42) while the ball run­down in­cluded Dave Rum­ble, Rob Stan­ley (31) and Bill Woods (39).

The nine-hole com­pe­ti­tion was won by Wayne Russel (28) while Ernie Hol­stein (23) edged out Chris Doblo, Mike Ge­orge and Tom Flem­ing (22) for run­ners-up.

Near­est-the-pins went to Shane Cooke (no. 2), Mark Thomp­son (9), Ge­orge Gnezdiloff (13) and Paul Joice (16).

This Satur­day the Air­lie Beach Ho­tel Monthly Medal and the Green En­ergy Tech­nol­ogy’s Monthly Medal for the ladies will be held. In other news, club pro Kane Nus­tel- ing has or­gan­ised a Titleist fit­ting day from 1.30pm at the club.


Ten ju­nior golfers trav­elled to Home Hill and Ayr for a suc­cess­ful week­end on the course. Sam Cre­tan was the gross win­ner with 20 at the Home Hill Ju­nior Open on Satur­day while Lu­cas Cre­tan was gross run­ner-up.

Max Per­rin fin­ished run­ner-up in the net scores while Jack Val­madre won the six­hole gross scores with 30.

Harper Hen­der­sen-Feld­man’s 20 was good enough for the net prize while Jack Rai­teri fin­ished sec­ond in the nine­hole net stand­ings.

At the Ayr Ju­nior Open on Sun­day, Max Per­rin (three­hole net run­ner-up), Jack Rai­teri (nine-hole net win­ner), Sam Cre­tan (three-hole gross win­ner), Lu­cas Cre­tan (three­hole gross run­ner-up), Emma Bluck (18-hole girls’ net win­ner), Jack Val­madre (six-hole net win­ner and near­est-thepin flag) all played well.


Reh Hull was the best of the ladies on Wed­nes­day, scor­ing 32 points to win the Kath Borer Sin­gle Stable­ford at the Proser­pine Golf Club.

Beryl Nos­wor­thy, Lyn Muller and Kath Borer fin­ished in the ball run­down. Near­est­the-pins went to Kath Borer (9 and 18) while Reh Hull (4) and Mar­lene Gray (7) recorded chip-ins.

On June 10 the ladies will host a nine-hole two-ball am­brose to raise money for breast can­cer.


Sun­day was Barry Mackenzie’s day, win­ning Dawn­buters’ play with 56/34 from Ge­orge Stevenson (59/36) and Paul Grace (48/37). Near­est­the-pins went to Mick Bur­rows (no. 2) and Al Greedy (9) while Mau­rie Moody was the snake put­ter. Mick Bur­rows fin­ished with the least amount of putts while the brad­man for this week went to Travis Clinch.

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